Insider #152 - The Family NAS

Housewide Storage -- Better Safe than Sorry But…

Content Insider #146 - Games Get Real

Historically, two "fringe" markets drove technology advances. 

One was - and still is - video gaming…if you can't figure out the second, tough!

But video gaming isn't video gaming anymore.  Not like it used to be, dominated by hardcore pasty skinned dudes who had more luck with their keyboards than with gals.

Content Insider #147 - Security

If you pay a lot of attention to your online security, you're probably not reading this.

If you pay no attention, you're probably ****ed!

If you have a normal concern…how bad can it be?

Take a minute and go to your favorite sites and search on the subject of online/onphone security.

Content Insider #148 - The iGen Gen X, Gen Y … Creating Havoc for Marketers

<>We're part of the Baby Boomer Generation--(there are two parts -- 1946 - 1964).
 
Then, there are the Gen Xers ('65 - '78).
 
Then Gen Y ('79 - '89).
 
Now, it's the  iGen (1990 - 2009).

Insider #145 - Content Overload

EMC and IDC recently validated what we all already knew. 

We've streaked right past Moore's chip law and entered the brave new world of always on…always in touch…always creating…always accessing…always sharing.

Content Insider #142 - Whither Broadcast Storage

This year's NAB (National Association of Broadcasters) show had written/unwritten themes:

  • bigger, faster, cheaper.
  • close enough is good enough.
  • what happens when the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) "steals" the broadcasters' spectrum

Content Insider #143 - Clash of the Titans II

Maybe people like Jobs and Schmidt aren't omnipotent gods, but don't tick them off.

Adobe insulted Steve back in '96 when they helped Gates first and wouldn't do a special version of software for the lowly Mac.

Now Jobs looked down to the apps developers and said, "They need to be reminded of the order of things…"

BAM!!!  he eliminated Flash from their iPhone connection and wouldn't let it on his tablet.

Content Insider #138 - Interactive TV

According to The Nielson Co., 106.5 million people watched Super Bowl XLIV. Our kids grabbed most of their favorite Winter Olympics events on their smartphones or notebooks. With less than 100 days to futbol's World Cup, we're all looking forward to the South African event.

Content Insider #139 - The Smarter Smartphone

With 300+ million in the U.S. and six billion plus globally, mobile phone/device penetration is rapidly approaching 90+ percent. Young/old, rich/poor, male/female are constantly available if not using their device to communicate with others, find information/entertainment.

Content Insider #140 - Boomers Plus

Our son can't imagine how people survived in the "Dark Ages" without email, texting, cell phones, social sites, MP3, Tweets. He also can't believe that some of the rock stars of that era are still going strong.

Content Insider #141 - Skirt Length

Technology is So Pass … It's All About Fashion

Content Insider #143 - Business, Skills Training Is a Never Ending Process

As we move forward in the 21st century, traditional technical workers will have to expand their business skills while general business employees have to become more proficient in their understanding and use of technology. People across the board will need to not only know how the devices and applications work, where the information is located and what the data means.

Content Insider #136 - Social Media Spying Everyone Follows Social Media … Everyone!

Our kids do nearly everything on their smartphones or netbooks. Because we're slightly retarded, they use email for us. For everyone else -- friends, schoolmates, relationships -- they max out all of the capabilities, features and benefits of today's Web 2.0 social media. They simply look at us and repeat Graves's words, "I have to live my dreams." They aren't alone! "One man's terrorist is another man's freedom fighter." - Raul, Die Another Day (MGM - 2002)

Content Insider #137 - Innovation Innovation, Mainstream on Different Time Schedules

The words innovation, efficiency and multitasking may not have been invented in Silicon Valley and the other technology enclaves, but they were refined, honed, perfected in these areas. When the economy stagnated, financial analysts and economists were quick to say the PC/CE/communications industry centers of hyperactivity had lost their edge. In the U.S., they were simply no longer capable of changing the way we live/work. They couldn't be counted on to and move the economy forward. In fact, other countries were becoming the technology hotspots, generating the ideas and the products.

Content Insider #142 - Internet TV Cable vs. Internet - The Battle for Eyeballs Gets Serious

Kids don't watch much TV with us anymore. They use their Roku units. They log onto their favorite shows. They YouTube oldies but goodies. They watch shows from Spain, France and Mexico (one is studying French, the other Spanish). They're watching how-to YouTube segments. They watch the stuff on their smartphones and their notebooks...not the TV. That's got Tellywood worried because they don't control that much anymore. True ...the only person you hate worse than the phone person is the cable guy! How will our content life change?

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